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Unformatted text preview: ve view of humans Enormous influence on modern society as a whole Rogers (1950s) humanistic psychology People are more than just urges and drives. Therapy could encourage growth, provide warm, supportive and nurturing environment, to allow people to become best individuals they could possibly be Clinical Psychology Today Cognitive- Behavioral Therapy Problem focused, come in with a problem, and they fix it. This is done by looking at how one thinks and acts. If you can fix the thinking and acting the problem will go away. They don’t care about the roots of the behavior, the whys are not important. Research Methods What does “scientif...
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